This performance basketball shoe is made from manufacturing waste. It incorporates leftover materials—leather and synthetic leather, foam and rubber—into new shoes without sacrificing any of the performance aspects that come from shoes made from virgin materials.
IDSA grants an undergraduate scholarship that recognizes excellence in student studies and work. The recipient will receive a cash award to be used in the completion of degree work in the following year.
Almost all design programs in the US and some international schools are represented by IDSA either through individual faculty members or through the on-campus IDSA Student Chapters. These entities are set up as support groups to help students to connect to and interact with the profession as they work their way from learning into professional life. The interests and issues of Educators are represented at the IDSA Board though the Education Council.
Honorary IDSA Membership is awarded by a three-quarters majority vote of the Board of Directors to any person whose relationship to, involvement with, or special efforts on behalf of the design profession merit the recognition and gratitude of the Society.
See below for special benefits. All IDSA members receive the following benefits:
Subscriptions to four valuable IDSA publications: Find information on important design issues in Innovation, the quarterly magazine. Keep up with who is changing companies, what those companies are working on, the latest Society news and search our ID employment ads in the monthly newsletter, Design Perspectives.
His modular concept for a computer that can transform between mobile and home computing configurations claimed the People’s Vote Award in the ReGeneration: International Green Computing Design Competition, sponsored by Dell and endorsed by IDSA.
Every design tells a story and every story needs a hero. But being a hero isn't simply a matter of donning a cape and saving the day with a sketch. P&G's Shane Meeker talks journeys, heroes and design.